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Valuable coin stolen from Berlin’s Bode Museum

Valuable coin stolen from Berlin’s Bode Museum

Jillian Ginty, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017


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Berlin’s Bode Museum has reportedly been robbed of a multi-million dollar gold coin on the early morning of March 27th. The coin has a face value of one million dollars, so police came straight to the scene early Monday to investigate the theft of what is dubbed the world’s largest gold coin. Thoug...

Texas continues to strengthen anti-abortion laws

Texas continues to strengthen anti-abortion laws

Jade Langlois, Staff Writer

March 30, 2017


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On Wednesday, January 4, 2017, a Republican lawmaker filed a new law that would ban abortions in Texas at any stage. It also directs state officials to ignore federal law, which was established by Roe V. Wade. House Bill 948, written by state Representative Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, is the b...

Yale employee commits act of civil disobedience

Yale employee commits act of civil disobedience

Jillian Ginty, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017


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In June of 2016, African-American Yale employee Corey Menafee was arrested after  smashing a cafeteria window depicting an image of slavery with a broom stick. While helping clean the tables of one of Yale’s cafeterias, Menafee noticed an image he did not particularly like, and immediately decided...

Terrorist attack shocks London

Terrorist attack shocks London

Victor Cardoso, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017


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On March 22, 2017, the normalcy of London life was disrupted by a lone wolf terrorist. A man by the name of Khalid Masood, 52, birth name registered as Adrian Russell Elms, drove the car he had rented from a depot in Birmingham, London over Westminster Bridge, which is near the house of Parliament....

Cooper Dubovik’s death exposes a deeper issue

Cooper Dubovik’s death exposes a deeper issue

Sollange Pinto, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017


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The Dubovik family left 5 month old baby boy Cooper Dubovik with a 65 year old babysitter Barbara Kendrick in Jacksonville, Florida, so they could work. They had complete trust in their babysitter and love for their beloved baby boy Cooper However, when they returned Cooper had a fractured skull. Acco...

Manchester United brings dreams alive

Manchester United brings dreams alive

Pedro DeSouza, Senior Reporter

March 28, 2017


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Samuel is just like any other 11 year old boy growing up in England, he shares the passion for the sport of football. It is one of the things he treasures the most, despite his disabilities. Samuel suffers from a rare condition called Cerebral Palsy. This rare condition is something that Samuel was un...

Ima Matul speaks against human trafficking

Ima Matul speaks against human trafficking

Raven Sauro, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017


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Ima Matul was born and raised in Indonesia. As a 17 year old teenager she was offered a job to work in the U.S and have a better life and better opportunities. The labor recruiter told Matul that everything that needed to be done for her to come over would be taken care of, such as passport, tickets, ...

Baby Jessica is doing fine 30 years later

Baby Jessica is doing fine 30 years later

Isabella Sciarappa, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017


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Jessica McClure Morales, most commonly known as “Baby Jessica”, became famous at the age of 18 months after she fell into the well in her aunt’s backyard in Midland, Texas on October 14, 1987. Between October 14 and October 16, rescuers worked for 58 consistent hours to free Baby Jessica from ...

Ugg is hiding a secret

Ugg is hiding a secret

Jade Langlois, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


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For many years people have been drawn to Ugg boots. They are warm, cute, and comfortable, but does everyone know the truth behind making them? Uggs are a fleece-lined sheepskin boot that originated all the way in Australia and New Zealand. Today, Ugg is a very popular brand and a must-have additi...

Millennials do not like capitalism

Millennials do not like capitalism

Jared Aponte, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


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WASHINGTON (CNN) — In the year 2017, capitalism still reigns supreme as the main form of US economy and many people are sick of being slapped by the Invisible Hand. The Millennial Generation, specifically, is fed up with traditional right-wing economics and, according to a 2016 poll from Harvard Univer...

Chance The Rapper donates one million dollars to Chicago schools

Chance The Rapper donates one million dollars to Chicago schools

Alijah Garris, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


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On Friday February 27, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner had a meeting to announce major budget cuts in school funding. In response, on Wednesday March 1, Chance The Rapper announced that he will be donating $1 million to the Chicago Public Schools system. The news conference was located at Westcott ...

Transgendered bathroom debates continue

Transgendered bathroom debates continue

Carol Ann Gladstone, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


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In May 2014 Gloucester High School’s transgender student, Gavin Grimm was told he could no longer use the men’s bathroom in his school, which led him to sue the school district in 2015 and that is when the controversy of transgender people using the bathroom of their choice began. This was the ...

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